12 Hours in Sacramento
The tension taking place in Sacramento was set in motion on March 18 when two police officers responding to reports of car break-ins shot at 22-year-old Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man, 20 times. The tension that followed displayed itself in the form of Black Lives Matter protesters shutting down the city's roadways, grief from Clark's family and civil rights leaders and now the courtroom.
Reporters: Katie Orr and Julie Small
Mourners crowded into a Sacramento church and spilled out into the parking lot Thursday at the funeral for Stephon Clark. The police shooting death of the 22-year-old black man has left his family distraught and his community angry.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Bay Area Lab Looks to Remotely Monitor Nuclear Reactors
As new fears surface about the nuclear capabilities of rogue states the Lawrence Livermore National Lab, 45 miles east of San Francisco, is developing a technology to keep an eye on nuclear activity from afar.
Reporter: Danielle Venton
Financial aid offers and college acceptance letters are coming in about now, but some kids weren't able to get their forms filled out.
Reporter: Adolpho Guzman-Lopez